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Dates Changed Due to Weather Conditions

Updated April 26

The following activity dates have been changed due to inclement weather or scheduling issues:   The JV BB/SB vs. Frontenac has been cancelled for today, April 26. JV Baseball game against Chetopa has been rescheduled from March 30 to Saturday, April 29 @ Chetopa at 11:00 AM. Junior High Golf at Columbus has been rescheduled from March 29 to May 2. Varsity Baseball and Softball games . . .

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Senior Girls Learn Self Defense Techniques

The Galena High School senior girls were recently taught some self defense techniques they can use as they venture out into the world after graduation.  Cherokee County Deputy Dakota Smith and Corrections Officer Gina Brumback came to GHS to teach the girls many skills they can use to protect themselves in the event they are ever in a dangerous situation.  They also gave the girls some helpful hints that could . . .

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Liberty Students Celebrate Dr. Seuss Day

Liberty Elementary students celebrated Dr. Seuss "Read Across America" Day on March 2nd.  First thing in the morning Liberty students went to Spring Grove Primary Center to read and give each student a gift. Next, Liberty students went to centers created in each room, including the Book Walk, Snack and a Movie, Dr. Seuss Jeopardy, and Dr. Seuss Bingo.  Students also were able to participate in crafts, play games . . .

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P.J. Sarwinski Surpasses 1,000 Point Mark

Congratulations to Senior P.J. Sarwinski for surpassing the 1,000 point mark during the first round of the 3A substate tournament game against Northeast.  P.J. scored 21 points bringing his total to 1,003 points so far during his high school career.  Congrats, P.J., on reaching this milestone and for being such an inspirational leader!!!

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